Weather Today: Widespread Thunderstorms & Heavy Rain to Occur in These States
Rainfall was witnessed yesterday in many regions of Delhi. A cyclonic circulation is assumed to bring precipitation with thunderstorms to North India on March 5, 2020. It will include the NCR, and Uttar Pradesh, mainly.
Once again there are changes in weather. Yesterday rainfall was witnessed in many regions of Delhi. It is assumed that a cyclonic circulation will bring precipitation with thunderstorms to North India on Friday. It will cover the National Capital Region (NCR), and Uttar Pradesh, mainly.
However, the lower-layer wind convergence will bring rains & thunderstorms to East India until Saturday. It will include some northeast India parts, especially West Bengal.
In Trans Himalayas, Western Himalayan & Himalayan regions, minimum temperatures will be extremely higher than normal. Friday & Saturday maximum temperatures will be much lower than normal in the plains, but not in South India.
However, in Haryana, NCR, and a wide area of the Gangetic Plain, dense fog is possible from Sunday dawn to morning.
5 March 2020 Weather Today:
Today i.e. on March 5, 2020, widespread thunderstorms are likely over Punjab, Haryana, NCR, and Uttar Pradesh. In Chhattisgarh, Eastern India, Kerala & Tamil Nadu, scattered thunderstorms are expected.
However, there are chances of stray thunderstorms in Tripura, Manipur, Assam, Meghalaya, Arunachal Pradesh & Nagaland.
Heavy rain may occur for a short duration in the high altitude areas of the border between Kerala & Tamil Nadu from afternoon – evening. West Bengal may witness the same at night.
6 March 2020 Weather Forecast:
Widespread thunderstorms are expected over Punjab, Haryana, NCR, & Uttar Pradesh. However, scattered thunderstorms are likely over eastern Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, East India, Kerala and Tamil Nadu.
In Meghalaya, Arunachal Pradesh & Nagaland, stray thunderstorms are expected. Heavy rain of short duration is possible over Tamil Nadu from afternoon onwards. Heavy snow can take place in the high altitude areas of Uttarakhand.